By: Genna Rippeon Plagued with a dark history of pollution, The Bronx River sits at about 24 miles long, flowing through southeast New York. This notion was challenged, however, on Monday, Jan. 16, when a pair of dolphins were spotted in the river — a wonderful sign for […]
By: Naomi Etienne and Emma Schwarz Winter break has been extended due to Southwest Airline’s malfunctioning. As people around the country travel to places around the globe during their break, their flights are getting put on pause. One major reason vacations have been cut short or extended is […]
By: Sarah Blackwell and Bella Pitrone Pope Benedict XVI, the first Pope to step down from his position in 600 years, died Saturday evening at age 95. A three-day visiting period followed his death, where his body lays to allow his followers to pay their respects. His predecessor […]
By: Serenity Holland and Kailea Mundorf Rihanna has been in the game for years. The celebrity singer has earned a respect great enough for her to disappear for six years, and still be praised upon her return. This year, she’s coming back in a way that will give […]
By: Lainey Hynes Winter break is a time many students look forward to, both because of the holidays and the days away from school. However, this year, many Mt. Hebron students faced an unexpected problem this December: power outages. This winter, Hebron students have not seen much winter […]
By: Melia Botticelli and Fateha Syed Midterms are making a comeback for the first time in three years, and due to high schools not being able to give them out throughout Covid-19, students aren’t sure what to expect and how to prepare themselves for the upcoming exams. This […]
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